|49.151 ~ 1094 ~ Apotomis capreana|
Resident. A local and generally uncommon species found in the southern half of Britain and scattered localities in Scotland.
First recorded in 2013 at Derwenlas in the far west of the county. This is only the second record in north Wales.
Wingspan : M & F 17-22mm.
|Flight time & Voltinity
Open woodland, marshy areas and banks of streams.
Spinning. Eggs laid on a foodplant. Larva feeds between tightly spun leaves. Pupates in the larval habitation or spun up on the ground.
Photo by AT, 23rd July 2013, Derwenlas